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#Omens&Symbols . . . . Cedar













Source: Native Spirit Tribal Community.com https://www.facebook.com/NativeSpiritsTribalCommunity/
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#Omens&Symbols . . . .Whenever a badger shows up,



“Due to the badger’s remarkable digging abilities, they are tied to all earth spirits and gnomes of lore. It also hints at the ability to see beneath the surface of all things and people.

…If a badger has come into your life, you should do some examination. Are you or those around you, not digging deep enough? It may indicate a need to get beneath the surface. It may reflect a time of greater connection to the earth and its animal spirits. It may be telling you to draw upon stories that intrigued you and held you fast during your childhood. They may be symbolic of things going on or about to go on in your current life. Whenever a badger shows up, there will be opportunities to develop self-expression and reliance. It speaks of a time to begin to tell a new story about yourself and your life.”

-Ted Andrews; “Animal Speak” 










Text & image source: Between the Realms https://www.facebook.com/BetweenTheRealms/

#Omens&Symbols . . . . The Torus (Latin for Ring)





The Torus (Latin for Ring) is the perfected geometry of the human energy field.
It is the shape of the human zygote after 512 cell division, thus it stores all the
Memory of who We Are. It is essentially a sphere that has imploded to form a
doughnut-like shape, highly efficient, ……The iris of the eye is also a torus, as this
perfected geometry captures light at the optimum level. In fact, everything is a torus,
a proton, an apple, the planet earth with its dimpled north and south poles are all torii
(plural). This 4th dimensional imploded sphere is the Language of Higher Dimensions.










Text & image source: Jain 108 Mathemagics https://www.facebook.com/jainmathemagics/

#Omens&Symbols . . . .the word witch




“…Baba Yaga( the wild woman) is instinctive nature in the guise of the witch.
Like the word wild, the word witch has come to be understood as pejorative,
but long ago it was an appellation given to both old and young women healers,
the word witch deriving from the word wit, meaning wise.”

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Artist: @lorenacarrington 
Text & image source: The Spirit that moves me https://www.facebook.com/thespiritthatmovesme/

#Omens&Symbols . . . . kōlam, the visual prayers




The kōlam are all done by women, tens of millions a day, made from rice flour. The kōlam
are visual prayers, and are walked over all day every day, and gone by day’s end.
The woman wakes before dawn the next day and makes this (always different), again.

Jerry Saltz from The New-York Magazine










Text & image source: Jain 108 Mathemagics https://www.facebook.com/jainmathemagics/